West Coast vs. Wessex Image

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  • Artist(s): Frank Turner
  • Summary: NOFX and Frank Turner cover each other songs in this 10-track release.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
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  1. Aug 3, 2020
    What looks like an odd couple cover album at first glance turns out to be one of the best matched and executed collaborations of which either group have been a part.
  2. 70
    The Frank Turner side of the record wins the West Coast Vs. Wessex war. Whether it’s due to Fat Mike’s songwriting, or Turner’s vision is hard to say. I doubt this will ever occupy that special place in our hearts that NOFX/Rancid did, but it’s still a fun listen. It’s not a game changer at this point, but there’s still enough good stuff that fans of both acts are going to want to pick this up.
  3. Classic Rock Magazine
    Aug 3, 2020
    Turner, then, by a knock out. [Aug 2020, p.87]
  4. Aug 3, 2020
    NOFX’s take on Frank’s tracks turn them into turbo-charged So-Cal workouts without really having to do too much to them beyond playing them really fast. Frank’s contributions, meanwhile, see him doing a raucous version of Bob and Perfect Government in his own charming manner, while his take on reggae number Eat The Meek is smart and sharp.